559 "Lunch" restaurants in New York.
Hi-Collar in the East Village is a Japanese lunch/coffee spot by day and a sake bar at night.
High Low Beverage Company is a Vietnamese-inspired cafe, bar, and bottle shop in Bushwick.
Brooklyn Hero Shop in Clinton Hill makes 20+ giant subs and sandwiches.
The Nuaa Table is a Thai spot in Prospect Heights where you should go to eat Jasmine tea-smoked ribs on their turf-covered outdoor patio.
Mountain Province Espresso Bar is a cafe in Williamsburg specializing in Filipino coffee.
Phil-Am Food Mart is a Filipino grocery store and bakery in Woodside. Make sure to stock up on sapin-sapin while you're there.
Smashed on the LES serves perfectly seasoned smash burgers and has a small patio that’s great for people watching.
Criollas Baked in Columbus Circle makes some of the best empanadas we've ever had.
Buenos Aires is an Argentinian spot in the East Village with great empanadas, mollejas, and provoleta.
Claudy’s Kitchen is a Peruvian spot near Van Cortlandt Park with excellent empanadas.
Nuchas is an empanada stand near Koreatown with a huge variety of handheld treats.
Breads Bakery in Union Square makes the best chocolate babka in the city, along with some great cookies, crusty French bread, and sandwiches.
Utopia Bagels in Whitestone is a classic bagel establishment that serves excellent breakfast sandwiches as well.
Empanada Loca is a Colombian spot in Greenwood Heights with excellent empanadas.
Dumpling Legend in Fresh Meadows is a great spot in the neighborhood for soup dumplings.